You can strap a c4 to a micro raptor, and if you have a couple of these, maybe 10, you can whistle attack onto someone riding a parasaur or bronto, and switch to the detonator, wait until you see the first damage indicator, and press the button. The person gets stunned, their mount dead, and your little turkeys will finish them off. I accidentally did this to my friend on small tribes when he wasn’t in my tribe at the time.
These birds are by far the most useful PVP dino ever official 1x times it takes one rare flower to tame and are very useful in PvP
For example mana PVP is extremely boring and can be deadlocked. Mana PvP with this whistle aggressive when you have frozen somebody or when you were being frozen or just before it will knock off the rider of the opposing Mana or simply use it on people that are literally AFK riding on a tame waiting for transfer timerthis thing is saved me so many times from dying it's not even funny the great tool to use.
In single player, non-dedicated, or PVE they are funny shoulder pet that sounds like it is complaining about everything. When hatching their eggs in multiplayer have it be done in a closed off area because they will book it. Me and a friend were scrambling around the barn trying to claim the thing.
Microraptors are very useful tames for pvp. They’re ability to knock player off mounts means that you can have microraptors hidden around your base in case an angry player is going around raiding bases, the microraptors will kick the player of the mount and leave you a chance to kill the player while they are stunned.
These are a useful shoulder pet that are commonly used in pvp because you can throw them at the opponents and do lots of damage. These guys can be cute and fuzzy when tamed but they are constantly judging you for your actions while on your shoulder, so don’t mind the little growls they make.
This demon use it very well and also if your have a bronto tank harassing your tribe and there’s are seeing hole send the demon in and they lose there pilot if they have no emergency pilot and all crew are using turrets